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Baglio Gibellina - U. Passimiento DOC 2021

Full Bodied

75cl Bottle £10.39
Next in stock 6th Mar 2023


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Country of Origin

Italy

Key Information

Grape Information

Other Information

  • ABV13.5%
  • Grape TypeFrappato
  • Grape TypeNero d'Avola
  • Quality DesignationDOC
  • Vintage2021

Colour: bright intense red.

Bouquet: characteristic, intense with hint of red berries fruits

Taste: warm, full-bodied and harmonious in acidity, with smooth and elegant tannins.

Grapes: Nero d'Avola 70%, Frappato 30%.

The grapes of Frappato are harvested at the earliest maturation, so that all the typical freshness remains in the must that, at a very slow fermentation, is then placed in small steel tanks. The grapes of Nero d’Avola instead, are left on the vines for a light withering and for the natural dehydration.

They are late harvested and with extreme care placed in wooden cases. After a soft pressing the musts ferment at controlled temperature. The two musts evolve according to their typical features and when their “maestro” decides, they are slowly blended, within the time and the proportions required by the single harvest. The natural sweetness of the wines is obtained by interrupting the fermentation through the “cold” process. The wine is matured for some months in steel tanks.

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